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  • Cannon: House will lean on teacher salaries, tuition to balance budget

     
    TALLAHASSEE — House Speaker Dean Cannon sent a memo to members Monday outlining the budget “allocations” for committees that will start drafting next year's spending plans. The documents offer a first glimpse into how many state...
  • Amazon Appstore is live; Angry Birds Rio for Android is free on day one

     
    Amazon opened its Amazon Appstore for business on Tuesday morning and in a bid to bring in Android users, its giving away a free download of Angry Birds Rio for Google's OS. Normally, Angry Birds Rio would run a price of 99 cents, but Amazon is looking to...
  • First-time producers debut ‘Suddenly Seniors’ Thursday

     
    A vintage Airstream motor home sits on stage at The Plaza Live. It’s authentic — though it has been cut apart and reconfigured for use on the set of “Suddenly Seniors: The Musical,” an original work created by a team of Central...
  • Book review: Man Martin’s “Paradise Dogs”

     
    By Tod Caviness In the sweet prologue to “Paradise Dogs,” postwar widow Evelyn Winston falls in love on a trip to Florida. On a mission to secure a house, she ends up bagging a husband as well: a homely realtor named Adam Newman. During the...
  • Man Martin’s “Paradise Dogs” set in a very familiar place

     
    In case you missed this book review of Man Martin’s “Paradise Dogs” on our Orlando Arts Blog. I thought I'd serve it up again here. Does anyone recognize the Orlando restaurant iconic sign image from the cover? By Tod Caviness In the...
  • Orlando’s moment in the documentary ‘Page One’

     
    Andrew Rossi didn't realize that one of the more infamous snippets of video that he used in his documentary, “Page One: Inside the New York Times,” came from Orlando. A live-mike faux pas by Sam Zell, who had just taken over the company,...
  • Dawson: Great customer service (continued)

     
    Here are reader nominations for my Thanksgiving Week salute to great businesses that I did not have room for in the newspaper: One of the instrument gauges on my 2004 Chevy truck quit working.  I had a letter from GM that said if this happened up to 60,...
  • Naming rights grow as government budget filler

     
    We're all familiar with the business of naming rights. A corporation pays big bucks to put its name atop a professional or college  sports arena in exchange for exposure on television and other marketing strategies. That type of transaction is spreading....
  • The Power of the Online Community

     
    Here's a guest blog from Katie Lister of Vantage Communications, which has an Orlando office.  She writes about how social media can be a direct route between businesses and consumers. The Power of the Online Community By: Katie Lister of Vantage...
  • Zero DS: An electric commuter, on two wheels

     
    Plug-in electric cars have been headline news for the better part of a year, with the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt finally entering the market as production cars. It's an unfortunate reality that mass-produced plug-in electric motorcycles, which have been.....
  • Valley getting another Subway

     
    A Subway franchise will be opening in the Crossroads shopping plaza in Easton, according to Derek Zerfass of Colliers International, the real estate firm involved in the deal. The plaza is located at Philadelphia Road and St. John Street. Subway has...